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|July 30, 2014 10:32 AM EDT||
NEW YORK, July 30, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Reportlinker.com announces that a new market research report is available in its catalogue:
Lingerie: Global markets and trends, 2007-2019
This is the 6th edition of just-style's Lingerie report and it is bigger and better than ever. As the world's economic recession has continued, driven by Eurozone debts and unemployment, the state of the lingerie market has remained depressed. The world lingerie market value in 2013 is lower than it was in 2007. This report believes that it will not recover to that 2007 value until 2017, ten years of zero growth.
Part one of this three part report looks at the lingerie market generally and how it functions, brand and own label pricing and retail market pricing segmentation.
Part two concentrates on market analysis and forecasts, providing a world and regional summary of data before providing regional details behind the numbers.
For the first time the report also takes a specific look at two lingerie markets which are attracting an increasing amount of interest, those of Russia and China. The growth of the lingerie market in both of these countries is estimated to grow at a significantly higher rate than more developed markets can hope for. Making estimates for these countries is not without difficulty but just-style has adopted a top down approach based upon market price segmentation. Forecasts are calculated out to 2019.
The final part of the report looks at product, fabric, market and retail developments within the lingerie world. There is detailed product, styling and fabric analysis specifically for the Russian and Chinese lingerie markets.
As in previous editions the report takes a detailed look at supply chain issues over the coming years.
At just over 20,000 words, this latest offering from just-style certainly provides a report rich in data and analysis and is a recommended read for anyone involved in the lingerie category.
Lingerie garments in the wardrobe
How the lingerie market functions
Global market analysis and forecasts
The lingerie market 2013 and 2019 in Russia and China
Product and design development
Fibre and fabric developments
Developments in the Russian and Chinese lingerie markets
Supply chain issues for the next six years
Part 1 Product, market and consumer psychology
Chapter 1 Lingerie products in the wardrobe
Fashion and function
Product definitions and lingerie product categories
The current approach to lingerie collections
Chapter 2 The lingerie market and how it functions
From styles to the way they are sold
…and how they are sold. Different types of lingerie retailer
The value added chain in lingerie
Brand and own label pricing
Retail market pricing segmentation
Branded and own label lingerie in the total market
Part 2 Market analysis and forecasts
Chapter 3 The market in numbers, world and regional summary
Approach to the 2013 edition
Value (US$bn) and annual % growth of the world lingerie market
Value (US$bn) and annual % growth of the world bra market
Value (US$bn) and annual % growth of the world briefs market
Chapter 4 The market in numbers, regional detail
Rationale from the previous chapter
The market in numbers, regional detail 2007
The market in numbers, regional detail 2011
The market in numbers, regional detail 2012
The market in numbers, regional detail 2013
The market in numbers, regional detail 2014
The market in numbers, regional detail 2015
The market in numbers, regional detail 2019
Chapter 5 Lingerie market estimates, Russia and China
Introduction and approach
The rest of the world market in 2013
The Russian market, 2013
The Chinese market, 2013
The Russian market, forecast to 2019
The Chinese market, forecasts to 2019
Part 3 Product, fabric, market and retail developments
Chapter 6 Product and design development
Lingerie product colours
Product design and styling
The influence of the arts
Pure 34 London, August 2013 show for Spring/Summer 2014
Current product trend summary
Chapter 7 Fibre and fabric developments
Fabric taking over from styling
Sports bras adapt to motherhood
Current fabric trend summary
Chapter 8 The Russian and Chinese lingerie markets, detailed product, styling and fabric analysis
Russia, market structure
Russia, retail structure
Russia, lingerie styling
The online offer mirrors the styling shown by the price point segments
Russia, lingerie colours and fabrics
China, market structure
China, consumers attitudes
China, retail and brand structure
China, lingerie styling
China, lingerie colours and fabrics
Chapter 9 Supply chain issues for the next six years
The standard routes to market
Modern derivatives of the standard routes
Modern manufacturing methods
Supply chain timing for traditional luxury own label, fast fashion own label, and brands
List of tables
Table 1: Branded and own label bra price architecture, USA and Western Europe
Table 2: Lingerie price segmentation (bras)
Table 3: The Lingerie Market, 2004
Table 4: The Lingerie Market, 2008
Table 5: The Lingerie Market, 2010
Table 6: The Lingerie market, 2011
Table 7: The Lingerie market, 2011 Double dip recession scenario
Table 8: The Lingerie Market, 2012
Table 9: The Lingerie market, 2013
Table 10: The Lingerie market, 2017
Table 11: The Lingerie market, in total, US$ bn
Table 12: The Lingerie market, bras, US$ bn
Table 13: The Lingerie market, briefs, US$ bn
Table 14: Russia 2013 Bra and briefs market estimates
Table 15: China 2013 Bra and briefs market estimates
Table 16: Russia 2019, Bra and briefs market forecasts
Table 17: China 2019, Bra and briefs market forecasts
List of figures
Figure 1 The supply chain in the lingerie, industry, with an added value chain
Figure 2 Colour psychology chart (adapted from Dr Donna Dawson
Figure 3 Youthful Lift Bra
Figure 4 Three colour trends for Spring/Summer 14
Figure 5 Lingerie key shapes
Figure 6 Stick-on bras on eight topless models
Figure 7 Traditional supply chain, producer to consumer
Figure 8 Modern fashion industry supply chain
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